Saturday, January 28, 2023
 Search: Recipe Chef
HOME » Cookery » Desserts / Sweets » Sweets »
January 22, 2014

Sugary-Rice Balls

SocialTwist Tell-a-Friend
 Recipe by :
Last Updated: 22-1-2014
Preparation Time
20 minute
Total Views
star star star star star
3 based on 530
  Rate this

Rice has been a staple diet of Asians for centuries. It is considered best for newborns as well as old people. Though rice is used commonly, Rice snacks are not that well known… lets introduce you to Sugary-Rice Balls.

For dough we need

Rice Flour - 1-2 cup
Ghee - 1 tsp
Water - 1 Glass
Salt - to taste
And For the sugar syrup we need;   
Sugar - 1-2 cups
Water - 1 glass
  Popular Tags:
   Dessert,   Snacks,  

Cooking Method :

Add a glass of water into a pan under medium flame. Bring water to boil along with salt and Ghee. To this add 1 cup of Rice flour. Now switch off the stove, use a spoon to mix the dough well. Make sure that while mixing, the rice flour does not clump together. If you are finding it too dry and not sticky, then add more boiled water drop by drop, until it comes together.

Grease your palms well and break off a small portion from the dough. Make it to a soft ball but flatten slightly. Once enough balls are made let the rice balls to set for some time.

Mean while lets prepare the sugar syrup. Heat 2 glasses of water in a pan and to this add 2 cups of sugar. Stir well until the sugar dissolves, this may take five minutes. Once the syrup thickens set aside for later use.

In order to fry rice balls, pour oil into a shallow pan on medium flame and let the oil turn piping hot. Add rice balls into the oil and fry them, take them out using a slotted spoon.

Finally place the fried rice balls into the formerly made sugar syrup.

You can refrigerate & serve this delicacy as an evening snack or as dessert after lunch.

Related Recipes
Refrigerated Chocolate
Choco Orange Lollipops
Butter Cookies